This should be hard to watch for decent people- especially decent Catholic and all Christian parents.
This is a video promotion to sell liberal/LBGT/feminist/gaylove/equality t-shirts using little girls dropping the f-bomb and other vile language.
Who are these vile people?
They are "FCKH8.COM"...
What does the mainline entertainment media think of this offensive video? They don't find these little girls yelling obscenities offensive, oh no. They agree with the video that the words "inequality" is what is offensive.
Warning: What you hear in this video may shock you.But we're not talking about the fact that these little girls (ages 6 to 13) are swearing like sailors. We're talking about the phrases they are using regarding gender inequality.
In a video produced by FCKH8.com starring the "Potty-Mouthed Princesses," young girls all dolled up in pastel gowns drop F-bombs to remind everyone that society shouldn't be offended by curse words; we should be offended by the fact that women are still paid 23 percent less than men in the work force and the fact that one in five women is sexually assaulted or raped.
At least the readers of EOnline showed they have a brain. See their comments...
Earlier this year, a swearing toddler was taken into Child Protective Services because of a video made and posted on Facebook of the child repeating profanities and the adults around him laughing.
This was enough to send in Child Protective Services to take the toddler and the other children from the home.
A Nebraska toddler who repeated a slew of profanities in an online video has been taken into child protective custody, Omaha police said Wednesday.In the "Potty Mouth Princesses" video these children are being used (with their parents full support) to use horrible profanity all in the name of "FEMINISM". I was asking myself "What were their parents thinking to allow their daughters to do such a horrible thing?"... the answer is they aren't really 'parents'. This isn't parenting a child. This is manipulating, corrupting and using a child. It's child abuse, though I doubt our secular society will see it that way.
While authorities found nothing criminal in the video, officials from the Omaha police's Child Victim Unit and the Nebraska Child Protective Services took the infant and three other children into custody on Wednesday, the police department said on its Facebook page.
Tragic. These poor little girls. What monsters they have for 'parents'.
For a Catholic view of feminism how it should be, I suggest reading Pope Benedict's "Holy Women".
Julie @ Connecticut Catholic Corner